Process multiple images at once Photoshop CS6


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Processing multiple images at once

Here, we are going to continue to talk about how we can use Camera Raw in order to correct and enhance our photographs, whether that's working on tone or color. And I also want to talk about how we can work with multiple files, in a sense, how we can kind of batch process these files using Camera Raw in order to speed up our workflows. So let's go ahead and select a few images to work on. We are going to work with this first file here, then hold down Command and Ctrl, and click on these two other images as well. The first two were captured with my Canon 5D Mark II, this last one with my iPhone.

So let's open up both these Raw and JPG files in Camera Raw. To do so, we'll go to the File pulldown menu and then choose Open in Camera Raw. Once all these images are open in Camera Raw, we can access them in the Filmstrip. If ever you want to change the size of the Filmstrip, you can click and drag over it so you can open up more space or less space for your image. We'll go ...

Processing multiple images at once
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Processing multiple images at once provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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Photography
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